I want the world to know that I am a Christian. . . . I may not be a good Christian, but I am still a Christian.
A. W. Tozer
Political controversy is steadily increasing, highlighting the diverging paths of church and state. With so many polarizing issues all around us, we need to know: "What does it look like to be a true Christian in an increasingly unchristian culture?"
A. W. Tozer, called a modern prophet in his time, offers wise counsel for exactly this. Though the political and cultural issues now facing us may differ from those of Tozer s time, the pressures are the same. With a keen sense for how the kingdom of God clashes with the kingdom of man, Tozer guides us in thinking and living as New Testament Christians, not American-Christian conglomerates. He asks us where our allegiances lay, and if we have the courage to live faithfully and effectively as dual citizens."